How we define our reality is how we’re going to experience our reality.
Einstein said, “Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”
So basically, frequency first.
Our energetic frequency is naturally joyful and expansive, but we rarely hook into that state because we let our habituated way of thinking about things drive our natural frequency down. So we get stuck at lower levels of energy and forget we’re these powerful positive forces of nature.
So if we begin to see that the causal nature of our reality is generated by where we spend most of our time frequency-wise — we can work on changing that.
Smile more. Be nicer. Breathe. Accept. Surrender.
Stop beating yourself up. Relax. Enjoy. Laugh.
Every time you want to take the Brain Drain Train and obsess for hours over something you did (or didn’t) do, what if you just chose to let it go instead.
These acts immediately change our frequency. They move us from energy of resistance and fear and worry to trust and acceptance and love.
When Einstein talks about matching the frequency he means that everything we desire has a frequency set point. We don’t think about it in those terms but all beings – all things in the universe – vibrate at a certain level.
You do on a daily basis. Sometimes you get angry and sometimes you feel bored. These vibratory rates are quite different from when you’re ecstatic or when you’re in joy.
I’m not suggesting by the way – that when we feel something contrary to happiness that we shouldn’t feel it. It’s actually the opposite. Science has also shown that big feeling moves through our body and is released within 90 seconds. So when something happens to us that triggers us, the initial tumult of emotion is over and gone within a minute or two. So feel it and then flush it.
But we instead hold onto it for days . . . in our heads. We call up our friends and complain. We bitch to our parents. We get upset because of something completely unrelated, that then sets us off again about something that happened a week (or a year) ago. We get stuck in patterns of thought about something and then regenerate the negative associations with it.
This is the kind of frequency we want to work on changing. And it’s possible.
It requires awareness and a bit of work so that you don’t get swallowed down the rabbit hole, but with patience and persistence you will get better at it.
You can calm the mind that creates such turbulence in our hearts. Because isn’t it our thoughts about things that upsets us and not the actual thing?
So work on the frequency first and observe how things slowly start to shift in relation to it. Relationships, opportunities, conversations, possibilities, information. Your actual life itself.
You start to realize you do have a say in your own life. When you start to manage your own frequency you’ll stop expecting it (and your happiness) to be fulfilled by others. And that in itself becomes a more liberating frequency. We let go of expectations and demands.
The only thing making you unhappy are your own thoughts. Change them.
When you do, you’ll see that your frequency — and your world — will change too.